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Air Bender

Lindsay Lewchuk 2019 New Releases, MKALs, Patterns

Escape to the mountains; escape to the beach; let the wind lift your stitches to a place of windswept texture and peace. Air Bender MKAL creates a gradient soft triangular shaped shawl with three personalization options. The 6 week-long event includes 5 clues (fully written and fully charted), chat, games, blog interviews, and prizes.

Essentially Twisted front view

Essentially Twisted

Lindsay Lewchuk 2019 New Releases, Garments, How-to Videos, Patterns

The Newest Knit Eco Chic Design Are you looking for a handknit to live your summer in? Essentially Twisted is the essential for every handmade life knitter. Ease of stitching meets ease of wearing with this no wrong side design, flattering your curves through the magic of the stitch pattern. No-finishing-required makes this a project that will be off your needles and on to summer wearing fun! Knit in a variety of colors to boldly wear your knitting all summer long!

Moonlit Kiss back sleeved

Moonlit Kiss

Lindsay Lewchuk 2019 New Releases, Garments, How-to Videos, Patterns

A design as luxurious as the fiber with which you knit it; Moonlit Kiss invites you to create something special. Whether planned for a first date, a midnight rendezvous, or catching up with friends under the starry night sky, Moonlit Kiss transforms the phases of life as seen in the lunar calendar to stunning knitted lace.

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Moonlit Kiss Design Story

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When God sends you a kiss under the moon light, the only thing to do is repay the blessing by turning it into a design! Originally crafted with Malabrigo Yarn’s Mora in mind, Moonlit Kiss’ objective was “a design as luxurious as the fiber with which it’s knit.” To me that spoke of evening elegance.

But how does that translate into stitches?

Still shot of the invisible hem top down trick

Invisible Hem for Top Down Knitting

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Several years ago, I published a how-to hem-as-you-go for bottom up knitting. Those were the days when I never thought I’d ever try top down knitting (hehe, as my nephew says) “in all my life!” But then I was challenged and not wanting to back down, dove into top down knitting. I “mildly” enjoyed it, saw the benefits, and decided, yes, top down knitting is something I would like to investigate further.

The only problem, none of my bag of tricks were applicable!